Ami Suzuki (鈴木亜美, Suzuki Ami, born February 9, 1982) is a female singer, songwriter, actress and dancer from Zama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan.
Having been discovered at a Sony Music Entertainment Japan audition, Suzuki was one of the most popular female singers as an idol in the late 1990s. However, in 2000 faced legal problems with her management company. In 2005, she signed onto Avex Trax and released Delightful, a dance song that reached No. 3 on the Japanese Oricon charts. Her current style of music, similar to electronic, is vastly different from when she first became a musician.
While attending high school, Ami auditioned for Sony Music Japan's talent show Asayan, the grand prize winner of which would be rewarded with a contract with Sony Music.
The TV show became very popular and the number of viewers watching it grew and grew as the series progressed; its popularity was such that soon it was aired in other Asian countries. From 13,500 contestants, only five girls were chosen to be in the final round, and Ami won the competition supported by 802,157 phone calls from the audience. She was only 15 years old.
Ami released her 3rd Avex studio album (6th overall), Dolce on February 6, 2008.
In July 2008, Suzuki released her first non-joins single since 2006's "Like a Love?", "One", a Yasutaka Nakata-fully produced single.
Suzuki's 29th single, "Can't Stop the Disco", was released on September 24, 2008. Her 10th anniversary album - her fourth album with avex -, Supreme Show was released on November 12, 2008. It contains 11 tracks - including a remix of "Super Music Maker". Ami also starred in an AVEX 20th Anniversary musical, 'kokoro no Kakera'. This is her debut on a musical.
Ami Suzuki's 30th single, Reincarnation, was released on February 25th, 2009. It was produced by Taku Takahashi of m-flo.
Also, Ami will have a new song called Kiss Kiss Kiss which it will appear on HOUSE NATION new compliation called Aquamarine coming August 5th.